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Point-Blank Volley (Japanese: 近距離連射 Short distance rapid-fire) is a combat art that debuted in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It is learned by certain units upon raising their skill level in bows. Unusually for a bow attack, it can only ever attack adjacent foes. In exchange, it grants a boost to might, hit rate, and avoid, while also turning their weapon into a brave weapon, allowing it to strike twice consecutively.
|Game||Icon||Might||Hit||Crit||Avo / Crit Avo*||Range||Cost||Other effects and notes|
|Three Houses||+3||+10||+0||+10||1||4 durability||Strikes twice consecutively.|
Deals bonus damage to flying units.
Cannot double attack.
Range is not increased by Bowrange +1 or Bowrange +2.
|Skill level||Bow C+: Cyril|
Bow A: Leonie
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|Japanese||近距離連射||Short distance rapid-fire|
|A bocajarro||At point-blank|
|A quemarropa||At point-blank|
|French||Volée de flèches||Voley of arrows|
|Italian||Raffica improvvisa||Sudden voley|
|Korean||근거리 연사||Close-range shot|
|Simplified Chinese||近距离连射||Close-range sequence shot|
|Traditional Chinese||近距離連射||Close-range sequence shot|
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